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Beechcraft King Air 200

Air Charter Services Pvt. Ltd.
Class Light
Max. passengers 6
Year of production 2005
Serial number BB-1918
Total flight hours 8441
Total cycles 6609
Homebase VIDD , Safdarjung
Cabin height 1.47 m
Cabin width 1.37 m
Cabin length 5.08 m
Luggage volume 1.52 m³
2022 refurbished
Adult critical care
Pediatric critical care
Pets allowed
The King Air line of aircraft is comprised of a number of model series that fall into four families: the Model 90 series, Model 100 series, Model 200 series, and Model 300 series. Production of the Beechcraft Super King Air family (Model 200 and 300) began in 1972 and is still currently active. Several variants of the original Super King Air design exist, including the updated King Air B200.
The King Air B200 was equipped with PT6A-42 engines rated at 850 shp, as well as increased maximum pressurization to 6.5 psi. The 3-bladed Hartzell propeller of the original B200 model was replaced with a 3-bladed McCauley prop. Other modifications include the installation of a hydraulic ram powered revised landing gear retraction mechanism. In 1995, Beechcraft developed a variant of the Model B200, the B200SE Super King Air, with Electronic Flight Instrument System avionics. Other variants to the original B200 include the B200T, B200C, and B200GT with new Pratt & Whitney PT6A-52 engines for higher altitudes.
A total of 1,157 King Air B200 aircraft have been built as of 2009, and the model remains in production. This model is largely operated as an air ambulance and military aircraft.
With a maximum range of 1,100nm and outstanding short-field performance, the Beechcraft King Air 200 VT-FAE links important city pairs nonstop, even those with challenging airports where competitors cannot operate or face access restrictions. It is capable of timesaving, direct flights between Delhi and Mumbai, between Delhi and Lucknow, and between Delhi and Hyderabad.


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